I've been working with "unbound forms" and, ay ay ay, what a pain in the butt. Unbound forms are regular forms, except that the controls aren't associated with any data source. An unbound form is like a panel of controls, without wires behind them, and no information being shown or recorded. It's like a prop without a performance. It's weird to use an Access form that doesn't seem to work, because the data structure behind it doesn't exist -- without information, there's no animation.
This is the latest version of the CSV class, but renamed to work with CakePHP.
If you paste the HTML color name of a color, like "palegoldenrod", into the color picker, the color will be set to that color.
For some reason, the Blackberry Desktop software wasn't showing Microsoft Outlook as one of the PIMs to synchronize with. I tried versions 4.3 4.5 and 4.6, with identical results.
This is a paper I'm reading, by David Hookes. There's a lot of talk about "blue collar" people, jobs, etc. but the majority of workers in the West do not do that kind of work.
The challenge with these names is twofold. For one, they follow a European convention of using "of" to denote the family, e.g. De La Cruz. This is like the Irish O'Connor or Italian del Vecchio.
1. I can't figure out how to use a composite primary key.
2. I can't figure out how to make a table without a primary key.
In the symfony book
there's an alarming bit of explanation:
This is based on a list of common MIME types that's been posted around the web. It's in PHP array format. The long list cannot be used as-is due to repeated keys. The long list is followed by a shorter sublist of popular formats you're likely to need.
How to set up a bunch of new computers for deployment to your staff. This page is under construction.
This is a map of Cuba and Guantanamo Bay NAS.
Lately, I've become the guy who shows videos at the office. Somehow, it became part of my job to set up the video projector, and prepare a laptop computer to show a video (or presentation).
Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin has recently been criticized for her pork-barrel spending. This web-calculator helps you figure out how extreme she is. (Calculator is on the full story.)